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Live from Cannes Lions Health: That headline was one of the first comments in a panel on the world’s second largest healthcare market.
Ask a room at Lions Health who believes they’ll live to 80 years old?
The Get Out and Vote Issue | Blog
While we eat the leftover Halloween candy (that’s why we get the Reese’s), the team at TWTW is getting amped up for our next big event of the season: the midterm elections.
The coolest doctor we know just joined AT&T, BMS used four words to poison a competitive launch, all your pills now come in handy to-go packs, the way the internet is organized is changing, clinical trial data has been freed and much more!
Summer is coming to a close, but actions around drug pricing and access just keep heating up.
What do CBD, digital health and “femtech” all have in common?
Some of our favorites!
Drug makers aren’t the only ones under pressure for high costs.
Recently, many news headlines have been focused on mental health-related situations.
One trend Allidura Consumer, a Syneos Health(TM) company, has been watching closely is how people are embracing simplicity—in ways big and small.
We’ve Got Stamina | Blog
FDA had another busy week: recalling Ritz crackers & goldfish, committing to create a modernized definition of what is a “dairy product,” approving new magnetic systems to prevent breast cancer patients from being exposed to excessive radioactive materials during biopsies.
The next big shift in healthcare experience may be happening at the pharmacy – but not a pharmacy you’ll ever see in person.
Live from eyeforpharma Philadelphia 2019— eyeforpharma Chairperson Paul Simms kicked off today’s conference with 5 bold predictions for our industry.
Live from EFP ‘18: Among the countless presentations and panels at EFP Philly this year, I had a clear favorite—A.
People think the great debate of this decade is about privacy – what we want other people and companies to know about us.
One Fall day, in the big open ballroom of one Hilton or another, eight conference speakers took turns answering a seemingly simple question: how do we engage these new digitally-empowered healthcare consumers?
Employers still carry the heavy burden of healthcare benefits for Americans and the managed care costs are not getting smaller.
Domino’s has a history of leveraging digital technology to make pizza more exciting.
Setting the bar in Pharma Marketing | In The Media
Ed Hammerton, INC Research/inVentiv Health Marketing Science Lead For Europe, was featured in the latest edition of pharmaphorum’s Deep Dive magazine.
Is Messaging the Next UI? | Blog
As a designer I tend to spend quite a bit of time on sites like Dribbble and ProductHunt looking for the next trend in design, and often losing track of time going down some rabbit hole on the internet in search of who created what and why.
While wearables are getting quite a bit of attention in the quantified self movement, what to do with this type of data has been a puzzle to healthcare professionals.
If your travels include select Marriott properties in the future, you could walk into your hotel room and notice a new device sitting on the nightstand.
Unique partnerships have become the flagship of any great healthcare success.
Technology influences our behavior throughout the day – whether it’s receiving reminders at work, ordering lunch at a restaurant that allows you to skip the line, or tracking your heart rate as you hurry to your next appointment.
As we prepare to turn the proverbial page on 2018, we reflected on how this newsletter should close one of the most dynamic (and sometimes fraught) years in recent healthcare history.
On Friday, the Digital Pharma Innovation Day, Joel Sangerman, Chief Commercial Officer for Click Therapeutics, spoke on the topic of “Digital Therapeutics: Software As Treatments.”
The biopharmaceutical market has evolved quite a bit over the last five to 10 years.
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Ernest Quintana knew he had long suffered from a deadly lung disease when he was rushed to the hospital, but the news of his imminent death still profoundly shocked him and his family—not because of its grimness but who delivered it: a robot.
Living While Dying: A Guide | Blog
Claire Wineland is 20 years old.